Easy to print solid Raspberry Pi 2 or 3, Official 7 inch touchscreen case. I wanted to keep the black bezel look of the screen and not making it bigger. You will need 4 M3x6 or 8 screws to secure the back cover. There is room inside for the power cables.
I will use this as a kiosk display and NAS for my Kodi player I have cut out some areas at the back where I can add velcro strips to mount a 2.5 inch HDD. Ones done I will update the pictures.
I plan to add a swivel base for tilting the screen with integrated IR LED to power on and off (with proper shutdown) via remote, stay tuned.
Enjoy and show off your builds and mods.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1585924
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